Ever since Dyson Airwrap dropped last month, it has monopolized virtually every hair-related conversation that I have had. And why should not it? It is one of the most innovative, advanced hair tools, as ever. It has multiple attachments for different uses, and you may especially curl your hair with air and minimal heat instead of wrapping it around a scouring hot metal that we have all put forward for decades. Not everyone can afford $ 550 multitasker, and even if you can, it is sold and ordered from many retailers. Fortunately, a smart viral hack means you do not have to wait to attract your hair with air.
The people on the Says website saw a video publicly published to a Malaysian Facebook profile where a woman seems to use a hair dryer to blow around a piece of her long hair through a hole in the side of the plastic bottle. As she draws the bottle of hair, reveals an incredibly beautiful curl, which makes the woman laugh and laugh. It's not known if the owner of the profile that posted the video is the one who shot it, but it's definitely finding its way around Facebook and getting over a million views since it was released earlier this week.
And now more people are trying this trick, including South Florida stylist Olivia Smalley, who shared a video of her attempt with her almost 140,000 Instagram supporters. In the sped-up movie, she fills a piece of her straight blonde hair into an empty water bottle. She then puts the concentrator on her Babyliss dryer in the hole she cuts in the bottle, and you can see her hairspin behind the Nestle Pure Life logo. Smalley Devil approaches when she sees how perfect the curl comes out, separates the strings to create a beautiful wavy effect.
Her video inspired others to send their attempts at what Smalley calls #blowthebottlechallenge. In the caption of his own video, North Carolina stylist Jezabel Lebatard wrote "some unsuccessful attempts to get the hair dryer placed just right, but I was amazed at how well it worked" and to think about all the hard work I've put into my drying properties. "Renèe Marie, another stylist in North Carolina, gave tips on the caption on her video:" 1. Make sure it's a longer bottle! 2. Make sure the bottle is a thick plastic … as you will see why in my video 😳 3. Let the hair cool in the bottle before removing it! 4. Keep the blow dryer at right angles for the hair to spin around. "
I would just like to point out that while many people call this trick a provisional Dyson Airwrap, what that really Similar to one of my favorite TV products from a few years ago, Air Curler. If it does not hurt in your memory as it is in mine, Air Curler was a big, pink plastic cup with a rubber nozzle where you put your hair. It would use what the manufacturer called "swirl technique" to whip the hair around the cup, resulting in jump hooks that do not differ from those created by the bottle shack.
Please enjoy the Air Curler advertisement. I know I often do it.
I do not blame you if Airwrap is still on your vacation wish list, but at least now you have a great way to recycle water bottles and get impressive curls in the meantime.
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